Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc LSE:HARL London Ordinary Share GB00BLPJ1272 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 18.375 2,565 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
18.00 18.75 18.375 18.375 18.375
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 1.48 -10.41 -0.34 17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:23:22 O 2,565 18.05 GBX

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Harland & Wolff Daily Update: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HARL. The last closing price for Harland & Wolff was 18.38p.
Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 18.38p and a 12 week average price of 16.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 54.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.38p.
There are currently 93,617,102 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,018,423 shares. The market capitalisation of Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc is £17,202,142.49.
tomtum1: It's incredible what HARL have did here. The share price was up at 50p and they do a placement at 30p and now another placement at 20p.What's the bets the next placement will be at 10p.Lots of poor shareholders getting locked in
ijamlon: The value of any company is broadly the discounted value of all its future profits adjusted for changes to the capital structure. On that basis the value of the shipbuilding side of HARL is a very very large negative number. The value of its ML is a small positive one. This stock is worthless imo. Sell at any price. I have a prediction by the way: it's that the ML will eventually be spun off at a knockdown price into a private Newco in which the management team will be major shareholders.
tomtum1: You are correct however that won't stop HARL using shareholders as a cash cow.
neilyb675: Dear Neil, Thank you for taking the time to reach out to us. I will be sure to pass your views onto John and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your long lived support. Each and every shareholder is important to us and whilst I am sorry to hear you are unsatisfied with our current direction, I must share that we have very large ambitions for Harland & Wolff and are determined to offer all of our shareholders long term value and return on investment. Now that all of our facilities are revenue generating, we anticipate a very bright future indeed. Best, Seena Seena Shah Head of Marketing & Communications t: +44 2039 002122 m: +44 7939 271171 8th Floor Northern & Shell Building, 10 Lower Thames Street , London , EC3R 6AF Seena.Shah@Harland-Wolff.com harland-wolff.com
tomtum1: Terminator101 : after the last placement at 30p in the weeks after the share price went to 16p.Can't see 20p holding over the next few days
terminator101: The primary bid offer to all private investors guarantees that the share price will fall tomorrow to 20p. Why would anyone buy open market for more when you can apply for the PB offer.
ijamlon: Haven't been here for a while since I bailed out, was interested to see reaction to latest results. Personally surprised to see the share price holding up rather than at a new low. My take is as it always was, the value of this company is whatever a major might possibly pay for the Marine License. The rest of the business, as reinforced by results, will never make money (for shareholders), and has a negative equity value. Revenues are not profits. Shareholder, many of whom are ship and engineering enthusiasts, will get taken for granted and asked to pour money into the gap, and managers have a big first lien. As an aside, Wood's statement opening about being able to meet clients face to face was almost exactly the same excuse used by Keir Starmer for his leadership and polling failure. My guess is that facetime isn't going to be the magic bullet.
skinny: Interim results. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/harland-wolff-HARL/share-news/Harland-Wolff-Group-Holdings-PLC-Interim-Results/86416445 The last paragraph :- Going into the second half of the current financial year and into the next year, we expect to have greater visibility and certainty of monthly cash flows. The company currently has no long-term debt in place, and with greater regularity of cash flows, we recognise the Company is more attractive to the corporate debt market. We are in discussions to structure a group revolving credit facility that we will be able to draw-down on as and when required, especially to fulfil the working capital requirements of larger contracts. It is the Board's view that the Company will benefit from having the ability to draw-down debt on an ongoing basis as the Company scales and wins larger contracts.
skinny: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings PLC Arnish Contract Award. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/harland-wolff-HARL/share-news/Harland-Wolff-Group-Holdings-PLC-Arnish-Contract/86313075 Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc is pleased to share a news update in relation to its Arnish facility. Harland & Wolff (Arnish) has been awarded a contract for the fabrication of four suction piles for a sub-sea template of an energy project in the Black Sea. Whilst the contract is small, relative to the recent Saipem award and forms part of the Company's expected pipeline for this year, the Board believes that this key win validates the Company's strategy of getting its Arnish facility into a state of operational preparedness for the wider renewables sector in the UK. With Arnish now moving to full operations, it will be fabricating four suction piles - two at seven and a half metres diameter and twenty metres length, and two at six metres diameter and twelve metres length. The contract commences immediately and will last for approximately four and a half months. This contract marks Arnish's first external contract in addition to the work that it is already being undertaken for our Methil facility. The execution of this new contract now concludes the reactivation process of all yards, which are winning work in their own right. Further, the Company has bid for several additional contracts that management believes will flow through Arnish in the coming weeks and months. Major infrastructure developments across numerous sectors are beginning to move ahead to either construction or commercialisation stages and Arnish, with its specialist large diameter rolling equipment, is well placed to be a beneficiary as its capability is expected to be in high demand. John Wood, Group CEO of commented: "I am delighted to report that Arnish is now fully operational. We have taken the time to bring the site up to operational readiness. The works conducted by the local team have garnered positive reviews by clients who have inspected and audited the yard. Arnish offers something quite different compared to our other yards and, looking ahead, the specialist large rolling equipment is set to be booked for extended periods by clients given the vast array of projects that require large diameter rolling of steel."
neilyb675: Formerly known as INFA (Infrastrata) and trading under the ticker of HARL on London's AIM market. https://www.harland-wolff.com/ We are a national strategic asset, with two leading shipyards based in Belfast and Appledore. In Northern Ireland, we operate one of the largest dry docks in Europe. Belfast is one of only three shipyards in the UK large enough to undertake complex defence projects. Previously, monitors and cruises were built, including HMS Glorious for the First World War. During the Second World War, six aircraft carriers, two cruisers and 131 naval ships were formed and 22,000 vessels repaired. From our earliest days, our success has been attributed to introducing innovations which disrupted the industry. Since our recent acquisition by InfraStrata plc, we have gone through a transformation, and the addition of Harland & Wolff (Appledore) has further maximised our delivery of services.
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